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  • No Bulls: A 'Dawg Beat Dog' Weekend

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The High School Glasgow Ice Dawgs skated through their home weekend, racking up four victories. Glasgow defeated the Billings Bulls 7-0 Friday night and 8-1 Saturday morning. They then waged two come-from-behind wins over the Bozeman Ice Dogs. For Senior Night on Saturday, the Dawgs scored five goals in the final period for a 6-3 victory. Sunday morning they beat the Dogs 3-2. Ice Dawgs' assistant captain Gage Siefert kicked off Glasgow's scoring in game one, netting the only first period goal...

  • Skaters Gonna Skate

    Jan 26, 2022


  • Lustre Christian Lions Defeat Nashua Porcupines

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Lions needed to beat the Porcupines by at least 3 points on Friday in case of a tie heading into the postseason, according to Lustre Christian head coach Bill Reddig. His girls delivered in front of a home crowd, downing Nashua by an 9-point margin, 37-28. Lustre Christian established their lead in the first quarter, outscoring the visitors 11-4. At the half they went up 18-10. The Lions poured in 15 points in the third while holding the Porcupines to 8. Nashua outscored their hosts 10-4 in...

  • Lustre Christian Lions Defeat Nashua Porcupines

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Lions boys basketball team has established itself as the apex predator this season. Lustre Christian defended their den Friday night, downing the Nashua Porcupines 51-16. Lustre Christian wasted no time in putting points up on the big board, leaping out to a 22-2 lead after eight minutes of play. The Lions carried a 41-5 lead into the half. The home team outscored their guests 6-4 in the third while Nashua put up 7 points to Lustre Christian's 4 in the final quarter. Kolden Hoversland led...

  • Grapplers Mix it up at Matador

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The 50th Annual Forsyth Matador Invitational was a scaled-down event this year, cut from two days to one. Glasgow's wrestling team attended the mixer and four wrestlers brought home undefeated records from the event. The Glasgow seniors proved dominant in Forsyth. Kyler Hallock went 3-0 on the day and won the Outstanding Wrestler Award. Devon Nesbitt and Damien Nesbitt each went 2-0 and Jake Kuka was 1-0. Jack Cornwell and Ted Tryan turned in winning records at 2-1 each. Ted See split his...

  • Bantam Ice Dawgs Beat Billings Bulls

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    Glasgow's Bantam Ice Dawgs downed the visiting Billings Bulls in a pair of games this past weekend. Glasgow won decisively 7-3 on Saturday and 9-2 Sunday morning. Brody Hansen scored two goals in the first period for Glasgow as the score stood tied at 2-2 at the end of the first. The Dawgs added three goals in the second period while shutting out the Bulls to carry a 5-2 lead into intermission. John Cornwell netted the first of the three with assists from Landon Honey and Bode Barnett. Barnett...

  • Frazer Girls Lose Two

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    Frazer’s girls basketball team lost to the Spartans 51-18 at home on Friday before falling to the Red Hawks 56-33 in Froid on Saturday. The Bearcubs held even with the Spartans in the first quarter going down by only a point, 12-11, after eight minutes. Scobey took control of the game in the second quarter with a 27-13 lead at the half. The Spartans outscored Frazer 17-3 in the third and 7-2 in the final quarter. Frazer was called for 15 fouls, seven in the second half. Isabelle Even and Liana Jackson were each called for four and Bailey B...

  • Frazer Boys 0-2

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    Frazer’s boys basketball team dropped two more games this past weekend, losing to Scobey 79-23, and dropping an 80-12 game to the Red Hawks in Froid. Scobey hit double-digit scoring in each quarter as they claimed the win in Frazer. The Spartans led 17-5, 37-10, and 66-22 at the end of the first three quarters. Ryker Ackerman and Jonathan Jackson each put up 8 points for Frazer. Keein Ackerman added 3 points and Blue Fettig and Joseph Beston each connected for a bucket from the field. Frazer had only 12 fouls, split evenly between the halves. R...

  • Nashua Girls Lose Two

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Nashua girls basketball team lost both of their games this past weekend, falling 37-28 to the Lions in Lustre on Friday before losing 62-47 to the Red Hawks in Lambert on Saturday. In Lustre on Friday, the Porcupines hit the hardwood against a hungry Lions team. The hosts took an early 11-4 lead in the game and increased it to 18-10 at the half. Nashua trailed 33-18 heading into the final quarter. They outscored Lustre 10-4 in the last eight minutes but were unable to catch up to the Lions....

  • Nashua Boys Drop Two

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Nashua boys basketball team, down a starter, lost both weekend games. They fell to the Lions 51-16 in Lustre Friday and dropped a 56-19 game to the Red Hawks in Lambert the following evening. Lustre Christian took immediate control of the floor Friday, going up by 20 points in the first quarter, 22-2. Nashua trailed 41-5 at intermission. A running clock in the second half helped close the scoring gap with Lustre gaining a 6-4 edge in the third and Nashua outscoring their hosts 7-4 in the...

  • North Country Weekend Games Postponed

    Jan 26, 2022

    North Country’s games against the Dodson Coyotes, originally scheduled for Jan. 21, have been rescheduled to Tuesday, Feb. 8. The Mavericks games in Circle previously scheduled for Jan. 22 were postponed. No new date has yet been announced....

  • Frazer S&D

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    Frazer’s lone Speech and Drama team member, freshman Diamante Enriquez, traveled to Plentywood for the Eastern B/C Divisional tournament Saturday. She made the top eight to advance to Finals in Dramatic Solo, where she placed Seventh, just missing a trip to the state tournament. Coach Mary Zuchowski said, “ … as a Freshman and this being her first time ever doing something like this? I am pretty proud of her. Go Bearcubs!...

  • Glasgow S&D Members Moving on to State

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Scottie Speech and Drama team is sending seven members to the B/C State meet in Huntley Project this weekend. Glasgow earned a third place finish at the Eastern B/C Divisional Meet in Plentywood on Saturday. Fynn Sukut, Mason Swenson, Connor Whitmer, Raelee Dowden, Samantha Combs, Gabe Proctor and Chase Tarum will represent Glasgow at the State meet. Sukut earned the overall top spot in the Impromptu category at the Divisional meet. Swenson, in Memorized Public Address, finished in second place. Dowden, Dramatic Oral Interpreation, and...

  • Scottie Girls Add Two Wins to Record

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Scottie girls basketball team added two non-conference wins to their record this past weekend. Glasgow defeated the Class C Scobey Spartans 34-32 Thursday night and then defeated the Class A Eagles in Sidney Friday night by a 20-point margin, 49-29. Glasgow took a 16-8 lead after one quarter in Scobey and led 22-15 at the half. They fended off the Spartans rally in the second half as Scobey outscored Glasgow 10-5 in the third. Both teams scored 7 points in the final eight minutes as the Scotties held on to their lead for the win. Sabrina...

  • Scottie Boys Win One, Lose One

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Glasgow boys basketball team rolled over the Spartans 60-26 in Scobey on Thursday before dropping a tight game, 38-36, to the Class A Eagles in Sidney on Friday. Glasgow hit double-digit scoring in every quarter in Scobey while holding their opponents to under 10 points in those same frames. The Scotties led 11-8 after one and went up 23-16 at the half. Back on the hardwood, Glasgow put up 16 points in the third while holding Scobey to 6. The Scotties outscored the Spartans 21-4 in the final eight minutes. Keigan Ingram put up 16 points for...


    Jan 26, 2022

    The Glasgow Middle School seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams participated in the Scobey Jamboree Jan. 22. The seventh graders beat Wolf Point 54-16 and downed Malta 77-8. The eighth graders beat Wolf Point 43-30 and fell to Malta 67-28....

  • PeeWees Lost Two at Home

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    The Glasgow PeeWee Ice Dawgs dropped two games to the visiting Billings Bulls on Saturday. Billings won 6-2 in game one and 7-3 in game two. Glasgow's goals in game one came from Abigail Henry in the first period and Jack Miller in the second period. Ira Moore in goal faced 24 shots while the Dawgs' offense fired 34 pucks at the Bulls' netminder. Glasgow was called for seven infractions. Carter Holte, checking; Henry, checking; Holte, tripping, and Hudson Honey, interference, took trips to the...

  • Miles City 'Little Cowboy'

    Glasgow Wrestling Club|Jan 26, 2022

    What an outstanding opening weekend for our Highlanders down in Miles City at the "Little Cowboy"! We entered a huge contingent of 44 boys and girls on Sunday and walked out of the event with 13 Individual CHAMPIONS and 30 top-3 place winners. Just an outstanding first meet with ONLY THREE practices under our belts. We finished in 4th place as a team out of 18 clubs with 185.5 points. Just 12 points out of first. Pretty awesome considering a large portion of our club is not starting to compete...

  • Wild West Championships

    Glasgow Wrestling Club|Jan 26, 2022

    Another great weekend for the Highlanders! This weekend we had 19 wrestlers competing at the Baker Invitational and the Wild West Championships in Casper, Wyoming. In Baker, our grapplers managed nine top 3 finishes and three individual championships. At the Prestigious Wild West we had six Top 5 finishers including, Taden Sundeen, who brought home the coveted Championship Belt! Next weekend is a HUGE one for us. We host the annual Glasgow Wrestling Club Invitational on Saturday at Scottie...

  • GRD Co-ed Volleyball League

    Jan 26, 2022

    Jan. 12 Dinks def. Hi-Line Ford via forfeit Ezzies def. Ball Smackers Dinks def. Ball Smackers Durum def. Busted Knuckle Ezzies def. Busted Knuckle Durum def. Hi-Lind Ford via forfeit Jan. 19 Ball Smackers def. Busted Knuckle Hi-Line Ford def. Ezzies Dinks def. Durum Hi-Line Ford def. Ball Smackers Ezzies def. Durum Dinks def. Busted Knuckle League Standings Dink’s 4-0 Ezzies 3-1 Durum 2-2 Hi-Line Ford 2-2 Ball Smackers 1-3 Busted Knuckle 0-4 Games This Week: Wednesday, Jan. 26 6 p.m. Hi-Line Ford vs. Busted Knuckle Ezzies vs. Dinks 7 p.m. B...

  • GRD Men's Basketball League

    Jan 26, 2022

    Jan. 4 Nutrien Ag Solutions def. FCB 88-52 High Scorers: Nutrien Ag Solutions – Bryan Larson – 40 FCB – Trevor Waarvik – 19 Jan. 6 Hi-Line Eye Care def. Nutrien Ag Solutins 67-49 High Scorers: Hi-Line Eye Care – Pat Menge – 25 Nutrien Ag Solutions – Bryan Larson – 12 Has-Beens def. FCB 102-53 High Scorers: Has-Beens – Reuben Garner – 48 FCB – Vinnie Chappell – 25 Jan. 13 Nutrien Ag Solutions def. FCB 97-50 High Scorers: Nutrien Ag Solutions – Josh Berger – 23 FCB – Vinnie Chappell – 15 Has-Beens def. Hi-Line Eye Care 50-46 High Scorers: Has-Be...

  • Road to the 2022 Election

    Courier Staff|Jan 26, 2022

    As of Monday, 15 candidates have filed Declarations for Nomination for several government positions in Valley County up for grabs in 2022. Filing began on Jan. 13 and will conclude March 14. The Primary Election will be on June 7, with the General Election on Nov. 8. Fort Peck Rural County Water District (3 positions): • Arlie L. McMichael • Greg Speer • Joseph M Yeoman North Valley County Water & Sewer District, Inc. (3 positions) • Nick O. Cheichi • Phillip DeFelice • DeLee Hustad • Russell K... Full story

  • 'Bird, Bird, Bird ... Bird is the Word'

    Reese Johnson, The Courier|Jan 26, 2022

    A male grey Partridge tries to blend into his surroundings recently in a field south of Nashua. In North America, this species is found primarily in cultivated fields and grasslands with hedgerows.... Full story

  • State Laws Aim to Regulate 'Troubled Teen Industry'

    Cameron Evans, Kaiser Health News|Jan 26, 2022

    Five days after Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed a law meant to provide stronger oversight of the more than 100 residential youth treatment programs operating in the state, a 12-year-old boy arrived at one of them, Provo Canyon School. Before long, he was forced into seclusion, denied communication with his family and given antipsychotic medication without parental permission, according to relatives. Trish Leon, aunt of the 12-year-old, Logan, contacted various state agencies, the Utah governor's... Full story

  • IRS begins 2022 tax season, urges extra caution to file accurate tax returns

    David A. Tucker II, IRS Media Relations|Jan 26, 2022

    The Internal Revenue Service today kicked off the 2022 tax filing season with an urgent reminder to taxpayers to take extra precautions this year to file an accurate tax return electronically to help speed refunds. The start of this year's tax season – which takes place earlier than last year's February 12 opening – signals the IRS is now accepting and processing 2021 tax returns. More than 160 million individual tax returns for the 2021 tax year are expected to be filed, with most before the... Full story

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